6.75 in HIGH x 9.25 in WIDE
(17.14 cm HIGH x 23.49 cm WIDE)
The Oakland Tribune Collection, the Oakland Museum of California. Gift of ANG Newspapers

An aerial view of three hangars and the administration building. There is a gap between two hangars and the third one. The hangar at the right has the name "Oakland" painted on its roof, and the one next to it has an arrow pointed north on its roof. It is apparent that the space between the second and third hangar is the site of another one. Sincle engine biplanes are lined up loosely on the near side of the hangars. A highway on the far side of the hangars roughly parallels the meanders in the adjoining marsh creek. [Note the left bottom of the photo has material cropped out.]

Used: Oakland Tribune

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